The Wade-Union family put on their finest suits and dresses for one mega photo shoot.
Finally! The actress just posted a shot of her new engagement ring. Congrats!
"I wanted to be a defense attorney," said Union.
We'll be chatting with the December cover star about Being Mary Jane and other hot topics!
BET has released a brand new teaser for Being Mary Jane starring Gabrielle Union.
The one and only celeb stylist June Ambrose took candid photos at ESSENCE's December cover shoot with the star of Being Mary Jane, Gabrielle Union. Take a peek behind the scenes now.
Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade take the social media decree of happy sharing to the maximum level. From their self-deprecating selfies to their silly pranks, "D&G" keep things fresh, fun and ever so candid on social media. Take a look at how our current cover girl and her star player share their love.
The star of Being Mary Jane opens up about her mean-girl past, the lessons she's learned from being rejected and the next stop on her journey (which includes the pitter-patter of little feet).
"Celebrity relationships is very hard," said Wade to Jay Leno. "This was a big year for us in our relationship…"
"Nobody wants to admit to being Mary Jane but there are quite a few of them," says Union.
The actress talks about being a mean girl to her fellow sister actresses and more.
Viola Davis gives Oprah the inside scoop on the struggles and criticisms Black actresses face.
Red carpet interviews from ESSENCE's annual Black Women in Hollywood event.
The Think Like a Man star is famously vocal during Wade's games.
A few things are evident about ESSENCE's Black Women in Hollywood class of 2013: they're driven with purpose, have incredible presence onscreen, and you can always count on them to steal the show. Between them we've counted three Oscar nominations, 11 Emmys and 11 NAACP Image Awards. This year's honorees—Oprah Winfrey, Alfre Woodard, Mara Brock Akil, Gabrielle Union, Naomie Harris and Quvenzhane Wallis—have given us plenty to be proud of onscreen and behind the scenes. Here's some of our favorite moments of these honorees from the big and small screen.
Watch the ESSENCE Black Women in Hollywood honorees in the Miu Miu ad by Middle of Nowhere director Ava DuVernay.
Pals Gabrielle Union and Tracee Ellis Ross are both celebrating their 40th birthdays this week. Join us in wishing these fab "girlfriends" a happy birthday. Plus, see which other celebs turned 40 in 2012.